The 2022 NAHL Draft was held and completed on Wednesday, June 15th. In total, 214 players were selected in the draft.
Two Milwaukee Power players were selected in this year’s draft. Forward Nate Stone was selected in Round 4, pick 111 by the Fairbanks Ice Dogs and forward Patrick Toomey was drafted in Round 7, pick 196 by the Johnstown Tomahawks.
Nate Stone, a 2002 NA3HL Top Prospect has played in 67 for the Power over the past two seasons, including the NA3HL Top Prospects tournament. The Edina, MN native tallied 54 points with 23 goals and 31 assists. Patrick Toomey, a 2002 forward from Pickering, ONT played in 13 games with the Power in 2021-22 season, tallying 11 points with 7 goals and 4 assists.
“The Milwaukee Power is ecstatic to see not one, but two of our athletes drafted in the recent 2022 NAHL draft. Nate Stone, and Patrick Toomey were integral pieces to the organization during our push for the playoffs last season. If they play up to their capabilities, which includes a 200-foot game, we do not expect them back here anytime soon. I am beyond proud of our organization and the efforts put forth in setting the foundation for our athletes, so they have the opportunity to play at the next level,” said Milwaukee Power Head Coach, Assistant General Manager John Mitchell.